Frutti-Tutti Ice-Cream Pop & A Sundae

What's happening to the earth? All a certain, it turns HOT rapidly. I can only feel the warm air from my car fan which is blowing in high speed but not the air-cond. Sorry kids, it's not the air-cond fault. I think the air-cond is trying very hard to cool down the temperature in my car. The weather here became so warm eversince after the floods. Hopefully, there will be rain! *sigh* Yes, I am sure. We definitely need a little rain to cool down the temperature here. Besides of that....... an ice-cream will sure help. :o)

And not forgetting Penny @ Addictive & Consuming throwing an International Incident Sundae Party on this coming Sunday, 20th February. Make sure you're there.

Ingredients :
1L vanilla ice-cream (store bought)
2 cups homemade yogurt, half frozen
4 tbsp passiofruit
500gm mango, cubed
2 tbsp key lime juice
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Method :
(1) combine all ingredient in a big bowl and beat till creamy.
(2) fill in the ice-cream pop container and keep frozen till set or overnight.
*For box ice-cream : keep in freezer after the first whisk untill almost set, then beat again for the second round untill smooth and freeze again overnight.

Let's see what we got here! Here comes my baby!

Hmmm..... Need I say more! And sure the children will love it especially during this hot season.

This is another simple mixed fruits & nuts sundae. I just fill 50% of the cup with green pear, plum, mandarin orange and some cashew nuts. Then top with frutti-tutti ice-cream and cherry. Quick & yummy! Hope you will all enjoy this recipe as it is just a simple quick whip. Have fun!
I'm sending this to Penny @ International Incident Sundae Party.




Comments

  1. wow,creamy icecream,so hot there?here is snowing,yet!
    looks delicious !

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  2. Oh, the toddler would LOVE this creamy popsicle!!! And so would I! Hope things cool down soon for you...

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  3. WOW! ICE CREAM!! I want this too! So nice :))

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  4. It's cold here (like 2 degrees celcius!), but this sandae still looks appealing to me! :-)

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  5. I'm not going to complain about the weather today...just complain that I don't have one of these.

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  6. We are getting back to our normal warm temps, but not too hot yet... that will come in April or May. Just perfect weather...especially for that wonderful ice cream! It looks fantastic!

    It took me awhile to finally leave a comment. Glad I got the chance. Have a great weekend! I have Monday off, so maybe I can catch up.

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  7. This is a perfect post for me!! Haha, as I'm an all time ice cream lover!!
    Have an awesome weekend!

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  8. Your tutti fruiti ice cream looks so refreshing and delicious Kristy! I hope it is keeping you cool. It is cold here but I would eat ice cream anyways! xoxo

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  9. bookmarked this! my little nephew sure love this! i'll make this tonight for him to eat tmr. it look soooo YUMMY!!! (: (:

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  10. drooll.....hot hot hot....I see the ice cream makes me drool already. Hot day

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  11. It is raining here right now, but I still want one of those sundaes :)
    Hope you have a great weekend...

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  12. I want some of that ice-cream, and that sundae, both looks cold and I am sweating here!

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  13. I always prefer frutti pops than ice-cream. I can't wait for summer where fruits are abundance and make this. I can't seems to find passaion fruits here though :(

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  14. Delightfully fruity! I'll have a pop and a sundae, please!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  15. trop trop gourmand!!!
    bravo pour ces superbes préparations irrésistibles
    bonne journée

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  16. Yummy! Perfect for my area at this time of year to. Today was perfect beach and Popsicle weather :-)

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  17. I hope the ice cream is keeping you cool. It looks very delicious and creamy!

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  18. Love ur ice cream so much! Just came bec from Bali...I should say Hot Bali...Nothing else but thinking of ice cream only!

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  19. Yum yum! I need this now... to cool down my body.

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  20. Key lime juice!! MmMmMMm.. this reminds me of the "Split" ice-creams... yumm!

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  21. Alison : Maybe we need a little snow here too! haha...

    Andrea : Hopefully & thanks !

    Ann : Do you think your boys will love this?

    Kumi : Oh my, 2 degree! I hope NARNIA can lend me the door so that I can go over and stay there for a couple of hours.:o)

    Belinda : Haha...

    divya : Thanks so much!

    Diane : Hope you'll like it! :o)

    Lyndz : It's OK! I read the news about something is effectng the satelic out there causing the interuptions.

    Hayley : Haha... glad you like it too!

    Reeni : I would too! *sigh*


    Sweetylicious : Hope he will love it!

    mamakucing : Ya, my SIL said it's veyr hot in KL too!

    Jeannie : I am wet from top to the bottom! haha..

    Gert : Oh, I thought it is easier to get passionfruit over in US than here! What a surprise!

    Rosa : You're welcome to have it! :o)

    Fimere : Are you willing to join me? But before that I need to check my freezer first if there's anymore left!

    Martha : Hope you're having a great time with a popsicle in your hand right now!

    Biren : Thank you!

    Angeline : After taking the ice-cream, I need a nap!

    Little Inbox : I heard that it is very very hot all around M'sia too. It's about 38 degree! And many people are sick.

    Thank you everyone for visiting and spending your weekend here with me. I hope the ice-cream photo will cool you down a little bit & hope you're all having a great weekend & a lovely evening.

    Cheers, Kristy

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  22. Hi Msihua, welcome to my humble little space. Hope you will enjoy this recipe and have fun. Would love to hear from you more often.

    Thank you for stopping. Hope you're having a great day.

    Cheers, Kristy

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  23. I was debating ordering one of these popsicle/bar kits. Now you've decided for me! This looks lovely, delicious and refreshing, Kristy. We like ice cream year round in Florida!

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  24. I always wanted some of these popsicle stick maker thingies when I was little, but we never got any. Now I'm grown up and can buy my own things but I totally forgot about them. You've rocked them out, nice :D

    So true about this weather, I'm sick of being sweaty..

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  25. this is really delighting, love the mango cubes in that, thanks for the recipe!

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  26. My goodness you were very early to our sundae party! But what you brought is so lovely!

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  27. Ice cream! My weakness and oh does this look good. If there wasn't a blizzard raging outside my window, I'd be running to the store for ingredients.

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  28. Kristy, I wonder there is anything else that you don't know how to make!

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  29. Kristy...it will be soon enough that I'll be begging for a frozen treat like this one ;o)

    Ciao for now,
    Claudia

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  30. Barbara : Haha... oh well, there's no harm get one ready at home!

    Katerina : Hi there, welcome to my humble little space. Hope you will like it & have fun. Would love to hear from you more often.

    Lena : You're welcome! Hope you'll enjoy it.

    Trix : Errr... Am I? Hope the ice-cream won't melt away. haha...

    Claudia : Gosh, I didn't know there's still snow storm raging around your place.

    Angie : Actually, yes! Still many to learn from. :o)

    Claudia : No problem! Just wait me at the other side of the printer. LOL! haha....

    Thank you everyone for being here with me. Hope you will have a fabulous day.

    Blesings, Kristy

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  31. Hey Kristy,
    Glad to see you for the party. I could eat all of those.

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